Russian billionaire warns Putin's running out of money
"State capitalism is not an option," said Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska.
Putin's war in Ukraine has a trillion-dollar price tag
Russian military spending exceeded expectations last year and continues to ramp up as the one-year mark of its invasion of Ukraine approaches.
Russia's resilient economy sees Putin get the last laugh
Energy exports and the structure of its economy shielded Russia from some of the impacts of sanctions.
Biden puts fingers in his ears as recession alarm bells ring everywhere
The U.S. economy experienced two quarters of decline in GDP earlier in 2022 before modest growth of 2.6 percent in the third quarter.
Majority Believe U.S. Economy Is In Recession Or Will Be Soon: Poll
Those figures come as U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) fell in the first two quarters of 2022.
Stimulus Checks 'Likely' in Next Recession: Economics Expert
While the move is "likely," it would also be a "terrible" time for the government to be cutting stimulus checks, an economics professor said.
Recession in Vulnerable U.S., Canada 'Coin Flip at This Stage': Economist
"It's basically a coin flip at this stage and both economies are very vulnerable," Bank of Montreal senior economist Sal Guatieri said.
Biden's Recession Hits U.S. as GDP Shrinks and White House Fights Over Data
The White House is emphasizing that the U.S. has not yet entered a recession, but Thursday's GDP report was a troubling sign for the Biden administration.
U.S. May Be Headed for Recession—Here's How Long Experts Expect It to Last
Opinions differ on how long a recession could last. Several economists told Newsweek what to expect.
Is the U.S. in a Recession? Meaning, Definition Explained
A survey released earlier this month found that a majority of Americans believe the United States is in a recession.
Is Your Home Recession-Proof? Why House Prices Might Not Fall in Your Area
It's "the less appealing" areas which will weather a recession better, Zelman & Associates' analyst Dennis McGill told Newsweek.
U.S. GDP Report Updates: Lawmakers Celebrate Congress Passing CHIPS Act
The economy shrinks for second consecutive quarter, a recession by one common but unofficial definition, heaping more pressure on President Joe Biden.
Recession-Proof Your Life: What to Do to Protect Your Money Now
Inflation is up, stocks are down and the R-word is everywhere. Here are 15 moves to safeguard your financial security in today's turbulent economy
U.S. Economy Could Be In Recession Within Weeks: Reagan Adviser
Noted economist Art Laffer said upcoming GDP numbers could show that the country is already in the grips of a recession.
Joe Biden Under Pressure From Galloping Inflation
President Joe Biden is attempting to tackle high inflation as the crucial midterm elections approach.
U.S. Economy to Slump While China, Others Soar: Study
GDP growth in 2023 is expected to lag behind other industrialized economies such as Australia and Canada.
As Economy Shrinks, Democratic Voters Worry Biden 'Hasn't Really Delivered'
A new report about the economy could deal another blow to the president's already lagging popularity.
Joe Biden Avoids Criticism of Joe Manchin, Dodges on Child Tax Credit
The president said he's not giving up on Build Back Better, despite Joe Manchin announcing he's a total "no" on the bill.
Hiring People With Criminal Records is Good for Business
An economist says hiring people with criminal records is good for business and good for society
Japan Sees Worst GDP Drop Since End of World War II
Analysts say a more thorough vaccination effort is the only realistic way economic activity can resume close to normal and growth can recover to pre-pandemic levels.
The Recovery of National GDP Depends on the She-conomy
When women are involved in leadership, they create products and services that are ideally designed and marketed for the primary shopper in the household: women.
Jobs, Income, GDP Growth 'Startlingly' Higher Under Democratic Presidents
Democratic presidents are "more willing to heed historical lessons," but Republicans cling to "magical" tax cuts and deregulation theories during economic downturns, states a new economic analysis.
Trump Counties Make Up Just 29 Percent of U.S. GDP, 2020 Election Shows
The more than 75.6 million votes Biden won in the 2020 election led him to victory in nearly all of the country's top 100 most powerful local economies.
Pete Buttigieg in Fox News Interview Lays out 'Trump's Economic Disaster'
The former Democratic presidential nominee noted GDP growth under Barack Obama was faster than during the presidency of Donald Trump.
U.S. Third-Quarter Growth Could Be Late Election Boost for Trump
President Donald Trump regularly polls strongly on the economy, one of the few advantages he has over his rival, Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
China Outshines U.S. as First Major Economy to Recover From Pandemic
China's economy grew 4.9 percent between July and September compared to the same quarter last year, a little slower than expected but signaling a strong recovery.
Next Stimulus Package 'Can't Have More' Unemployment Benefits: Larry Kudlow
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says he agrees that another large pandemic stimulus relief bill should be pumped into the economy, but Democrats' nearly $3 trillion proposals are bloated and still include unnecessary unemployment benefits.
National Debt Projected to Exceed Total GDP for First Time in 70 Years
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the federal debt will exceed 100 percent of GDP in 2021.
Sweden's Economy, After Not Having Lockdown, Bettering Rest of Europe
While Sweden's GDP fell in the second quarter, the country is not in a recession.
Nearly Half of Voters Think Trump's Policies Are Making the Economy Worse
84 percent of voters said that the economy was a major factor in their decision about who to vote for in November.